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Cornet Favorites
Herbert L. Clarke, Frank Simon, Jean-Baptiste Arban
Cornet Favorites
Genres: Special Interest, Classical
 
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All Artists: Herbert L. Clarke, Frank Simon, Jean-Baptiste Arban, Virgil Thomson, Carl Hohne, Arthur Pryor, Henry Fillmore, Clay Smith, William Bolcom, Kenneth Cooper
Title: Cornet Favorites
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Nonesuch
Release Date: 5/27/1992
Genres: Special Interest, Classical
Styles: Ballets & Dances, Polkas, Chamber Music, Forms & Genres, Concertos
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 075597915723
 

CD Reviews

Starting over
R. Pecot | Texas | 07/03/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is a very good cd for a trumpet player. Many songs of Herbert L. Clarke and Jean Babtiste Arban are there in their familiar versions. If you get this cd, you ought to get Cornet Favorites also. The solos on both cd's stick to the versions found in Arban's Complete Conservatory Method and Clarke's 24 Charateristic Studies, so you can follow them note for note. Carnaval has wind symphony accompaniment and Cornet Favorites has piano accompaniment."
Starting over
R. Pecot | Texas | 07/03/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If you have the Arban Complete Conservatory Method and Herbert Clarke's 24 Characteristic Studies, then you have the versions of the solos that are played on this cd, and can benefit from hearing them played. All songs use piano accompaniment so you will have no trouble hearing the cornet. Carnaval (Winton Marsalis) has some of the same songs, but the cornet is harder to hear because of the wind symphony accompniment."
Excellence
Russell Edward Button | 05/30/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is the best verison of Carnival I have heard. Classic Wynton also provides a fantastic interpretation on the most difficult trumpet solo of all time. But Schwarz shows amazing control, fantastic percision, and baffling dexterity. The Debutante and the Bride, etc. are also impressive. Its a shame Schwarz gave up trumpet to conduct. Having played these songs myself, I definitely recommend it to any classical trumpet enthusiast/student"